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it again that is all for us tonight. >> thank you very much. >> that's kathy bates. that's all for us tonight. >>> good saturday morning. the president of iran says he loves you. it's just your government he has a problem with. >>> 14 million people out of work in this country, yet one business owner can't find 20 people to hire because some unemployed are gaming the system, at least according to this business owner. >>> also $10,000 for a single phone call. an nfl player is fined by the league, but when you hear who he called, you might think it was well worth it. >>> welcome to this cnn saturday morning for october 22nd. 6:00 a.m. in atlanta, georgia. 5:00 a.m. in fayetteville, arkansas. 4:00 a.m. salt lake city. >>> u.s. troops will be home for the holidays and the war in iraq will be over. that's the promise made by president obama who said troops are coming home by the end of the year. chris lawrence has more on what this move really means for the future of u.s. involvement in iraq. >> reporter: there are some important reasons why the president had to make this announcement but
. the cia use add drone to kill an nwar al awlaki in yemen. they had been tracking him with drones for two weeks, much like they did with osama bin laden. al awlaki is blamed for inspiring the underwear bomber in 2009. the fbi and the department of homeland security warning about possible retaliation in the u.s. they say his death could provide motivation for so-called lone wolf attackers. another part of the story this morning, the question whether it's l it's legal to target a u.s. citizen. he was born in new mexico. that's a question erin burnett asked cia director leon panetta. >> this individual was clearly a terrorist, and, yes, he was a citizen. but if you're a terrorist, you're a terrorist. and that means that we have the ability to go after those who would threaten to attack the united states and kill americans. there's no question that the authority and the ability to go after a terrorist is there. >> we're going to have much more on the legal justification of the killing a little later in this show. also this morning, you need to check those cantaloupes. a lot of you are probabl
of the capital city of kabul. our nick payton walsh is live for us in kabul right now. nick, tell us what happened. >> reporter: it appears that a car bomb drove into a nalt toe convoy right here in the center of kabul, the afghanistan capital, killing we don't know how many isaf forces, they say several. we do know that four afghan civilians were killed, two schoolchildren, a policeman and somebody on a motorbike simply passing by. but clearly here a very accurate, pinpointed attack on a nato convoy on what's supposed to be one of the more secure parts of afghanistan, alina. >> tell us about some of the other attacks we've been hearing about this morning. there have been several, right? >> a slew this morning, absolutely, one in the northeast of the country, a young woman in a burqa, we understand, detonated a suicide bomb injuring some outside the headquarters of the afghan intelligence services. more significantly, two nato troops also killed in the south of the country today where, as we understand it from an afghan army commander, a man in an afghan army uniform turned his gun on the
and is happy he says to just be another student on campus. that will wrap things up here on "sgmd" for us. stay connected throughout the week with me throughout the week on cnn.com/sanjay, and we'll see you back here next week and time now to get you a check of the top stories in the "cnn newsroo newsroo newsroom". -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> the president of iran says he loves you, but he has a problem with your government. that's just part of an exclusive interview with cnn. >>> also, $10,000 for making a single phone call? yep. an nfl player fined by the league. wait until you hear who he called and maybe you'll think the call was worth it. >>> also, you know, they make an app for just about everything out there. so many apps to keep up with, but we got one for you this morning that you might really want, an app that actually earns you money. >>> welcome back to this "cnn saturday morning" october 22nd, 8:00 a.m. here in atlanta, georgia, 7:00 a.m. in fayetteville, arkansas, 5:00 a.m. for you folks in las vegas, wherever you may be, i'm glad you're here. i'm t.j. holmes. >>> le
, isn't it? >> thank you very much. >> piers: that is it for us tonight. >>> from cnn center this is "cnn saturday morning." good morning, i'm alina cho. t.j. holmes is off. we begin with the crazy, snowy weather headed for the northeast. bracing for a storm in october. >>> victims of terror attacks sponsored by libya were promised millions of dollars by the u.s. government but many of those victims say they have to the seen a penny what does the government say about that? >>> and certainly something to cheer about. they barely made the playoffs, now the st. louis cardinals are the world series champions. we will show you the celebrations. >>> we begin this morning with cities throughout the northeast getting ready for a major snowstorm. it's happening before halloween. let's take a look at new york now. the city is preparing for up to a foot of snow, and they aren't alone. snow is expected from baltimore up to boston. and take a look at the radar, here's what it looks like now. one of the biggest problems, potential power outages. heavy snow could leave about a million peopl
to tionne. thanks for being with us. time to get you back in the cnn "newsroom" and tj homes for a check of your top stories making news now. >>> good saturday morning. faith is now being talked about once again in the race for the white house. a mega church pastor says mitt romney as long as to a cult. but calling mormonism a cult is actually nothing new. we'll explain and get into this controversy. also new this morning, the first two weeks of the nba season looks like they are going to be cancelled after owners issued an ultimatum to the players. >>> also, men. we've been told for years to get screened for prostate cancer. now an influential panel is about to recommend that we do just the opposite. what? we have a doctor on hand to answer the many questions i know you have. this is your cnn saturday morning, 8:00 a.m. here in atlanta, 7:00 a.m. in fayetteville, arkansas. 5:00 in los angeles. wherever you may be, we are glad you are here with us. let's start with the texas pastor, shall we? creating a bit of of a stir that that conservative values voter summit in washington. he's a ric
. >> chef ruford helps run his family's restaurant an hour north of atlanta. that's it for us today. time to get you to the cnn newsroom for a check of the top stories making news right now. >>> from the cnn center, this is "cnn saturday morning." good morning. i'm alino cho. t.j. is on vacation. he's going to be with us in the next hour so stick around. and with the debate coming up he'll be talking about problems in nevada, foreclosures, job loss and more importantly, where are all the tourists? >>> plus, there's a business that is booming in this weak economy. it's literally growing. we'll show you what it is. and we'll take you to the place where it's happening. >>> occupy wall street goes global. an important day in the movement today. organizers are taking to twitter to gain support. protesters are taking to the street all over the world. we'll show you where it's happening and what's ahead. >>> we begin with politics. nevada is the next stop on the gop road to the white house. cnn and the western republican leadership conference are sponsoring a presidential debate in las vegas. th
.m. in fayetteville, arkansas. 5:00 in los angeles. wherever you may be, we are glad you are here with us. let's start with the texas pastor, shall we? creating a bit of of a stir that that conservative values voter summit in washington. he's a rick perry supporter and encouraging republicans not to nominate mitt romney. because of romney's mormon beliefs. our jim acosta caught up with this pastor and asked him what do you say to those voters who think mormonism shouldn't be an issue? >> the southern baptist convention, which is the largest protestant denomination in the world has officially labeled mormonism as a cult. i think that mitt romney is a good, moral man, but i think those of us who are born-again followers of christ should always prefer a confident christian to a confident nonchristian like mitt romney. >> and our jim acosta who was talking to the pastor there joins me now from the values voters summit in d.c. jim, can we start with giving our viewers some perspective about who pastor jeff jeffers is? this isn't just some guy. >> no, he has a very large mega church in downtown dallas, firs
to be with us in the next hour so stick around. and with the debate coming up he'll be talking about problems in nevada, foreclosures, job loss and more importantly, where are all the tourists? >>> plus, there's a business that is booming in this weak economy. it's literally growing. we'll show you what it is. and we'll take you to the place where it's happening. >>> occupy wall street goes global. an important day in the movement today. organizers are taking to twitter to gain support. protesters are taking to the street all over the world. we'll show you where it's happening and what's ahead. >>> we begin with politics. nevada is the next stop on the gop road to the white house. cnn and the western republican leadership conference are sponsoring a presidential debate in las vegas. that debate will take place tuesday at the venetian resort hotel casino and preparations are under way but not all the not presidential candidates will be there. jon huntsman is boycotting the debate saying nevada locked in a scheduling fight with new hampshire moved up the date of its primary. >> well, we call ou
use of biological or chemical agents in any kind of attack. along with al awlaki, khan, considered an important person in the al qaeda command. just who is that, though? we'll explain at the bottom of the hour. we go to charlotte, north carolina, where khan once lived. >>> five past the hour. >>> american college student amanda knox may spend the weekend in an italian prison, appealing her murder conviction in the death of her roommate. the verdict could come as soon as monday. matthew chance is there for us. good morning to you. what are we expecting to see in that courtroom on monday? >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, t.j. amanda knox is going to stand up's in that courtroom on monday and really make what is being described here at the speech of her life, because she's got 15 minutes to make a plea of innocence that could turn to the jury and the judges looking after this appeal and appeal to them to set her free, to appeal to them and say that she didn't commit this killing. she's been saying it all along. that she didn't have anything to do with the killing of her flatmat
. >> and the full interview will air on monday night. that's all for us tonight." air on monday night. that's all for us tonight. >>> from the cnn center, this is "cnn saturday morning." good morning, i'm alina cho. t.j. holmes is on assignment. 3:00 a.m. in las vegas, that's where tncht.j. is for the upcom debate. he'll be with us later. >>> occupy wall street goes global. protesters taking to the streets all over the world. and in some cities they're being met with strong resistance from police. we'll show you what's going on. >>> plus, you know j.r. ewing from the 1980s tv series "dallas" announces a public health battle but larry hagman has no plans to step down. >>> we're all guilty of it, eating and driving. but one community is working to put a stop to it. >>> the occupy wall street movement just keeps getting bigger. more protests inside and outside of the united states along with more arrests. in new york alone, 14 arrests after protesters staged a sit-in in the street blocking traffic. in flint, michigan, dozens of demonstrators protested in front of a bank of america. and in seattle, w
it for everyone who wants to have a huge argument with almost everyone they know. thank you. that's it for us tonight. >>> good saturday morning. faith is back into the debate for the presidency. a pastor is saying that mitt romney belongs to a couple. we'll explain in just a moment. >>> also, new this morning, it is all but certain now, first two weeks of the nba season will be canceled after owners issue an ultimatum to the players. also this morning, where is baby lisa? police say the parents of the missing 10-month-old have stopped cooperating. some other twists and turns and new details in that case to tell you about on this "cnn saturday morning." i'm t.j. holmes. we're glad you are right here. let's start at the top of the hour with republican presidential candidate mitt romney. he's facing criticism and questions for being a mormon. this time it's coming from the pastor of a mega church in dallas. his name is reverend robert jeffress. you may recognize that name and face. jeffress introduced governor rick perry at the conservative values voter summit in washington, d.c. he was critica
-mails give us insights into the white house and the push to give this loan to this company. one e-mail from an energy department adviser talking about getting the loan approved said, the "white house is breathing down my neck on this." the white house defended its handling of that loan. also, a quiet family gathering to say good-bye to steve jobs. "the wall street journal" reporting the funeral for the apple co-founder was held yesterday. the paper quotes an unnamed source who says the service was small, private affair. no details about where it happened, though. jobs, as you know, died wednesday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. >>> the number of deaths linked to those tainted cantaloupes continue to rise. the death toll now up to 21. centers for disease control and prevention says 109 cases of list teara h lystiria continue to rise. they were recalled last month. it is believed they are all out of the stores. because of the long incubation period of listirea, it could be a couple months before you actually feel sick. >>> let's turn to new york where the district attorney there i
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